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Pictures of ‘science’ (exact matches)

Christiaan Huygens
Christiaan Huygens
Antoine Laurent de Jussieu
Antoine Laurent de Jussieu
Volta's battery
Volta's battery
Claudius Ptolemy, Greco-Roman astronomer and mathematician and geographer
Claudius Ptolemy, Greco-Roman astronomer and mathematician and geographer
Edward Jenner, English doctor and scientist who discovered a vaccine against smallpox
Edward Jenner, English doctor and scientist who discovered a vaccine against smallpox
Over Population
Over Population
Benjamin Franklin's experiment using a kite as a lightning conductor
Benjamin Franklin's experiment using a kite as a lightning conductor
Denis Papin conducting trials of his piston steam engine in front of his friends, Marburg, Germany, 1690
Denis Papin conducting trials of his piston steam engine in front of his friends, Marburg, Germany, 1690
Charles Sauria, French chemist
Charles Sauria, French chemist
Victims of Science: The death of Georg Wilhelm Richmann, German physicist (1711-1753)
Victims of Science: The death of Georg Wilhelm Richmann, German physicist (1711-1753)
Roger Bacon, English monk and philosopher
Roger Bacon, English monk and philosopher
Einstein worked at numerous universities and polytechnics
Einstein worked at numerous universities and polytechnics
Telegraphe Morse
Telegraphe Morse
Galen
Galen
Tycho Brahe leaving Uraniborg
Tycho Brahe leaving Uraniborg
Deserts being transformed by science into fertile plains, as envisaged in 1978
Deserts being transformed by science into fertile plains, as envisaged in 1978
Jean le Rond d'Alembert, French mathematician, physicist and philosopher
Jean le Rond d'Alembert, French mathematician, physicist and philosopher
Pedro Rodriguez, Conde de Campomanes
Pedro Rodriguez, Conde de Campomanes
Matthew Boulton and James Watt with one of the patented steam engines
Matthew Boulton and James Watt with one of the patented steam engines
Nicolaus Copernicus
Nicolaus Copernicus
Biot and Gay-Lussac making a balloon ascent to make scientific observations, 1804
Biot and Gay-Lussac making a balloon ascent to make scientific observations, 1804
Aneroid barometer, 1844
Aneroid barometer, 1844
Antoine-Augustin Parmentier, French agronomist
Antoine-Augustin Parmentier, French agronomist
The Preaching of St Stephen
The Preaching of St Stephen
Emil Adolf von Behring, German physiologist
Emil Adolf von Behring, German physiologist
Victims of Science: Joseph Marie Jacquard
Victims of Science: Joseph Marie Jacquard
Jean-Antoine Chaptal, French chemist
Jean-Antoine Chaptal, French chemist
Microscope
Microscope
Rhases in his chemical laboratory in Baghdad
Rhases in his chemical laboratory in Baghdad
Europe
Europe
They Ate a 20-Year-Old Stew
They Ate a 20-Year-Old Stew
Man on the moon, as imagined in 1965
Man on the moon, as imagined in 1965
The Prince Consort was taken suddenly ill and died in 1861
The Prince Consort was taken suddenly ill and died in 1861
Isaac Newton, English physicist and mathematician
Isaac Newton, English physicist and mathematician
Marie Francois Xavier Bichat, French physiologist and anatomist
Marie Francois Xavier Bichat, French physiologist and anatomist
Sir Humphry Davy
Sir Humphry Davy
The sick Copernicus, receiving the first copy of his book on the revolutions of the celestial spheres
The sick Copernicus, receiving the first copy of his book on the revolutions of the celestial spheres
Giovanni Schiaparelli, Italian astronomer
Giovanni Schiaparelli, Italian astronomer
Gaspard Monge, French mathematician
Gaspard Monge, French mathematician
Vacuum Flask
Vacuum Flask